Digital Delay Guitar Pedals
and Guitar Reverb Pedals


In the "old days" of Rock, the delay effect was produced by recording loops on tapes. The "Echoplex" was a well known delay effects box of this type. The 70's brought us analogue delay effects which were capable of delays up to 2 seconds, but which quickly lost the high end of the signal. Then in the 80's came digital delay which can produce a wide range of full-frequency time-based effects and with which you can even play along with the delayed part.

If you listen to guitarists such as The Edge (U2) and Steve Vai you will hear masters of this delay.

Here are some pedals for you to check out:

This is the one that I use--

Boss DD-7 Digital Delay Guitar Effects Pedal

Guyatone MD-3 Micro Digital Delay Pedal


The term "Reverb" is short for "Reverberation". Reverb is actually a series of tightly spaced echoes. This is a phenomenon which occurs naturally in large spaces such as gymnasiums, concert halls, and cathedrals.

Digital guitar reverb pedals are used to emulate the sound that would naturally occur in these venues.

Here are some examples of digital reverb pedals for your guitar:

Boss RV-5 Digital Reverb Effects Pedal

Danelectro Spring King Spring Reverb


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